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The Higher Education Dementia Network (HEDN) is an open forum for those with an interest in, or responsible for courses in dementia care, based within Universities across the UK.
The Curriculum for Dementia Education is a framework developed by HEDN to inform higher education courses in dementia care at a range of levels.
Thursday 13th December 2018 from 11am – 3pm at the offices of Dementia UK.
The meeting will include guest speakers from Brighton & Sussex Medical School/ University of Surrey who will share their learning from the ‘Time for Dementia’ programme.
If you would like to attend, get in touch.
Lecturers, senior lecturers or course leaders with an interest in dementia care training at post registration level.
HEDN has called for an assurance of dementia education for all social healthcare and housing professionals, in a position paper launched at the Dementia Congress on 7th November 2017.
Download the position paper
HEDN Meeting July 2018 minutes
HEDN October 2017 minutes
HEDN July 2017 minutes
HEDN March 2017 minutes
HEDN November 2016 minutes
For more information about the network contact: email@example.com
HEDN maintains a list of courses in dementia care for qualified health and social care professionals that are available at some UK universities.
For up-to-date information about all courses, please contact the relevant university directly.
The curriculum is a framework developed by the Higher Education for Dementia Network (HEDN) to inform higher education courses in dementia care at a range of levels.